Learn more how we have made our website more accessible.
In an effort to improve the overall user experience an ensure this website is accessible to all, we have added the following accessibility features to support our visitor's needs:
- Change page colours and contrast levels
- Change font size
The website can be converted using the toggle switches below – these will apply the update to all pages throughout your website session.
We follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG) published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and aim to meet WCAG’s Level AA recommended level of conformance standards across our website.
We regularly measure and review the accessibility of our website using a variety of browser plug-ins and external vendor assessments
We have run tests to ensure all page types on this website are accessible via a NVDA screen reader.
You can can choose to make the text larger (or smaller) by changing the text size option using the toggle switches displayed above.
We have run tests to ensure users can navigate the website by using a keyboard.
We have added Google translation to our site so you can view our content in different languages. Imperial College Healthcare NHS accepts no liability for the accuracy of translations on this site or reliance upon information contained in those translations.
How accessible is this website?
While this website strives to adhere to the accepted guidelines and standards for accessibility and usability, we know some parts of this website are not fully accessible.
Our content can be provided on request in large print or easy read, as a sound recording, audio-description, in
Braille or in alternative languages. Please email the communications team: email@example.com
Reporting accessibility problems with this website
Although we have taken steps to make this site accessible, we would still welcome your comments on how we can improve it. To report an accessibility issue with the website, please contact us at imperial.Web@nhs.net.
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